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Jan 2, 2013 6:00pm PST
want the state to help pay for a levy fix before the next round of rain. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler has been following this story and joins us with the reasons for the urgency. john? >> reporter: right now you can see yellow tape up, part of one of the many problems on this levy that is protecting hundreds of homes from the creek down there. >> reporter: two fallen trees. new slumping of this levy and damage to a bridge, all new worries today. >> serious damages. we are concerned about the entire rainy season. >> reporter: the city late today plans to ask sacramento for $2 million in emergency money. our cameras were there when the creek flooded the neighborhood, damaging 7 homes. >> seeing a lot of indifference from people who do not live there. to people who live there, they are concerned. >> exhausted our resources in addressing the flood controls and the stabilization needs. >> reporter: sand bags that officials say are working. there is an emergency city counsel meeting tomorrow and we learned officials may be there. residents say they are hoping the governor
Jan 1, 2013 6:00pm PST
doors. tomorrow is the last day for the science museum at its location at the palace of feign arts. it will be moving now to a much larger spies at pier 15 in mid- april. until then educators will tweet where they will hold pop-up science exhibits. visitors say the exploratorium makes learning science fun. >> it was actually boring in school, but when you come here, you get to do it and it's like this is fun. so when you grow up, you remember it. >> tomorrow admission will be free for everyone who wants to visit the exploratorium one last time at its original location. >>> the road that leads to lamenteur beach is closed. police say a cull voter failed. as you can see, a large section of the road buckled. officials say all of the park's facilities or trails are opened, but the beach and the hospital tell -- hostel will not be available. >>> a group of people celebrated new year's day with a swim. they almost made it look like summer for just a moment, but their polar bear plunge turned into a quick exodus from the frigid pacific ocean. the man who organized the plunge said he surfs oce
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